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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Wee Nee volunteers of Williamsburg District, South Carolina, in the First (Hagood's) regiment. (search)
t was not long till it was ascertained that Beaufort and Port Royal were their objective points. Heavy firing was heard in l. This was before the days of monitors and ironclads. Port Royal was of so much value to us, and its acquisition would gi been disembarked and were in possession of our works at Port Royal. The reason given for the disaster was, that the supply out to him. Many of the planters in the neighborhood of Port Royal left as soon as the landing of the enemy was known. Somwould not materially affect. If the advantage gained at Port Royal had been followed by an immediate advance and vigorous at us on Battery Island. Not long after the capture of Port Royal and Beaufort, General Sherman advanced his forces, and aeard that a fleet of the enemy's vessels had sailed from Port Royal. It was supposed that it went to co-operate with the Bufell about as easy a prey into the hands of the enemy as Port Royal had done. About the middle of February we heard the n
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2. Plumb, U. S. Senator, 451. Pole Green Church, Battle of, 232. Polk, Gen. L., 43, 69, 80, 81, 204; address of, to army, 229; criticizes Gen. Pillow, 74; 301, 311, 370, 385. Polk, Capt. Marshall T., 71. Polybius, 93. Poole, Capt. W. G., 304. Poore, Major, 66. Pond, Col., 303. Pope, Gen. John, 31, 97, 257. Pope, Capt. Y. I., 379. Porter, Rev., A. Toomer, 142. Porter, Gov. James D., 352. Porterfield, Col., Geo. A., Narrative of Services, 1861-1861, 82, 88. Port Royal captured, 122. Powell, Sergeant J. L., 92. Pratt, Capt , 48, 52. Pray. Lt. A. W., 20. Prentiss, Gen., 301, 306; his cavalry, 62, 64. Presidents of the U. S. born North and South, 431, 436. Pressley, H. M., 175. Pressley. Col. J. G., 116, 134, 189 Preston, Gen. John S , 32. Preston, Col. J. T. L., 44. Preston. Gen Wm., 274. Price, Gen., Sterling. 81. Prieur. D., and Col. E. Waggaman, Duel of, 447. Prince, A. H., 396 Pryor Gen. Roger A., 183 Purcell, John, 20